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Havana Central evokes the 1950s golden era of Cuba, capturing Havana’s heyday as the world’s most tantalizing playground. Through its festive ambiance, vibrant décor and mouth-watering food, dining at Havana Central is like taking a mini vacation. Executive chef Stanley Licairac’s traditional dishes like vacafrita, ropa vieja and arroz con pollo are a celebration of Cuban cuisine, and the cocktail list includes the some of the best mojitos and sangrias in New York. Havana Central Times Square, which opened in 2005, features live salsa and merengue three nights a week.